Macbeth Act 2

Macbeth Act 2
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  • Banquo meets Macbeth in the middle of the night and tells Macbeth of his uncertainties about the witched prophecies. Macbeth reassures Banquo and promises that they will speak about this later. 
  • "I think not of them"
  • "I dreamt last night of the three Weird Sisters"
  • Macbeth, crazy with guilt of the crime he is about to commit, sees a dagger infront of him, yet he cannot grasp it. So he is left  in shock and fear until a bell rings. At this pioint, Macbeth knows it is time to do the deed...
  • "Come, let me clutch thee."
  • "Is this a dagger which I see before me?"
  • "I have thee not, and yet I see thee still"
  • Lady Macbeth enters to see Macbeth in a state of guilt, distraught by what he has done. He has not left the daggers in Duncan's bedroom so she has to deliver them herself. She ends up killing the guards and she leaves alcohol by there bod's to make it look like suicide. 
  • "Sleep no more! Macbeth does murder sleep"
  • As comic relief for the audience, a drunken porter answers the door to Lennox and Macduff. After a conversation, Macduff goes to wake up his father only to find he has been mudered...
  • "What three things does drink especially provoke?"
  • "Knock, knock, knock! Who's there? "
  • We must run away incase the murderer comes for us next!
  • The whole castle is awoken after the discovery of the kings death. Macbeth tells the others that he went to see the crime scene, and murdered the servants out of anger. This was to cover up the crime that they committed.
  • "What's the business,"
  • O gentle lady, tis not for you to hear what I can speak."
  • "I have seen hours dreadful and things strange, but this sore night Hath trifled former knowings"
  • Ross is speaking to an old man about the Duncan's strange death, Macduff enters to tell them that Macbeth will be crowned king and that he would not be attending the ceremony. 
  • "Thou seest the heavens, as troubled with mans act"
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